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[texts]1970 overview: a synopsis of 135 ESEA title I projects in Montana - Montana. Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction

Keywords: Compensatory education
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[texts]Project SOAR : an Upward Bound program proposal - Mendoza, John.
This volume was digitized and made accessible online due to deterioration of the original print copy.
Keywords: Compensatory education--Kansas--Manhattan; Compensatory education--Kansas--Junction City
Downloads: 32
[texts]Montana Chapter 1 state plan for program improvement (Volume 1989) - Montana. Office of Public Instruction
"July 1989."
Keywords: Compensatory education; Children with social disabilities
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[texts]Chapter 1 newsletter (Volume 1984 MAR) - Montana. Office of Public Instruction
At head of title: Montana
Keywords: Compensatory education; Federal aid to education
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[texts]Chapter 1 newsletter (Volume 1990 APR) - Montana. Office of Public Instruction
At head of title: Montana
Keywords: Compensatory education; Federal aid to education
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[texts]Chapter 1 newsletter (Volume 1985 MAR) - Montana. Office of Public Instruction
At head of title: Montana
Keywords: Compensatory education; Federal aid to education
Downloads: 44
[texts]Chapter 1 newsletter (Volume 1990 FEB) - Montana. Office of Public Instruction
At head of title: Montana
Keywords: Compensatory education; Federal aid to education
Downloads: 58
[texts]Phonological change of vowel length in Farsi - Reza Heidarizadi
Author / Authors : Reza HeidarizadiAbout the author : Reza Heidarizadi is PhD. Candidate of Persian Linguistics at Payam Noor University Teheran – IranAbout the article :Page no. 50 - 55Discipline : Persian Linguistics/language Script/language :  Roman/EnglishCategory : Research paper  Heidarizadi Reza (2014). Phonological change of vowel length in Farsi. SOCRATES. Edition- II Vol: II Issue-June 2014, 50 - 55.Find this article on ScholarAbstract: There are six vowels in the modern Farsi...
Keywords: Farsi vowels; vowel length; Compensatory lengthening
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[texts]Chapter 1 newsletter (Volume 1989 JAN) - Montana. Office of Public Instruction
At head of title: Montana
Keywords: Compensatory education; Federal aid to education
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[texts]Montana Chapter 1 state plan for program improvemnt (Volume 1991) - Montana. Office of Public Instruction
Cover title
Keywords: Children with social disabilities; Compensatory education
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[texts]Chapter 1 newsletter (Volume 1986 APR) - Montana. Office of Public Instruction
At head of title: Montana
Keywords: Compensatory education; Federal aid to education
Downloads: 49
[texts]Chapter 1 newsletter (Volume 1989 APR) - Montana. Office of Public Instruction
At head of title: Montana
Keywords: Compensatory education; Federal aid to education
Downloads: 76
[texts]Chapter 1 newsletter (Volume 1985 JAN) - Montana. Office of Public Instruction
At head of title: Montana
Keywords: Compensatory education; Federal aid to education
Downloads: 49
[texts]Chapter 1 newsletter (Volume 1988 APR) - Montana. Office of Public Instruction
At head of title: Montana
Keywords: Compensatory education; Federal aid to education
Downloads: 70
[texts]Chapter 1 newsletter (Volume 1986 JAN) - Montana. Office of Public Instruction
At head of title: Montana
Keywords: Compensatory education; Federal aid to education
Downloads: 63
[texts]Chapter 1 newsletter (Volume 1989 SEP) - Montana. Office of Public Instruction
At head of title: Montana
Keywords: Compensatory education; Federal aid to education
Downloads: 58
[texts]Chapter 1 newsletter (Volume 1988 FEB) - Montana. Office of Public Instruction
At head of title: Montana
Keywords: Compensatory education; Federal aid to education
Downloads: 57
[texts]ERIC ED327313: The Head Start Experience. ERIC Digest. - ERIC
Head Start has been successful because it includes comprehensive services, parent involvement and family support, a commitment to meeting local needs, training and technical assistance support, and a collaborative approach. This ERIC Digest briefly describes each of these components. Discussion concludes by noting that Head Start must take more responsibility for sharing information about its successes and failures and its staff's desire to be an important part of the human services team in the ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Comprehensive Programs; Cooperation; Early Childhood Education; Parent Participation; Technical Assistance; Training
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[texts]ERIC ED331590: Human Services Reauthorization Act of 1990. House of Representatives, 101st Congress, 2d Session. Report together with Supplemental and Additional Views (To Accompany H.R. 4151). Including Cost Estimate of the Congressional Budget Office. - ERIC
The House Committee on Education and Labor recommends that the Human Services Reauthorization Act of 1990 be passed as amended. In reporting the bill, the committee proposes to authorize the Head Start Act, the Follow Through Act, the State Dependent Care Development Grants Act, the Community Services Block Grant Act, Community Food and Nutrition programs, the Child Development Associate Scholarship Assistance Act of 1985, and demonstration partnership agreements addressing the needs of the poor...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Demonstration Programs; Early Childhood Education; Federal Legislation; Human Services; Poverty
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[texts]ERIC ED325257: Head Start Research and Evaluation: A Blueprint for the Future. Recommendations of the Advisory Panel for Head Start Evaluation Design Project. - ERIC
This report presents the key findings and recommendations of the Advisory Panel for the Head Start Evaluation Design Project. The principal audiences for the report are: (1) leadership and staff of the Administration for Children, Youth, and Families (ACYF) who have administrative responsibility for Head Start; and (2) local Head Start programs. Section 1 discusses eight recommendations for an overall strategy and general principles...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Evaluation Methods; Financial Support; Preschool Education; Program Development; Research Design; Research Needs
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[texts]ERIC ED318577: Promises To Keep: Title I/Chapter 1 in Ohio, 1965-1990. - ERIC
This publication celebrates a quarter century of Elementary and Secondary Education Act programs in Ohio. Characteristics of Title I from its origin in 1965, through the change of Title I to Chapter 1 in 1982, to the present, are reviewed. Of particular concern are basic premises of Title I, administrative problems in getting the program going, school districts' responses to the availability of the new federal funds, factors associated with the success of the program in Ohio, the use of Ohio's T...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Educational History; Elementary Secondary Education; Program Descriptions; State Programs
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[texts]ERIC ED317313: Project Head Start Statistical Fact Sheet (Fiscal Year 1990). - ERIC
This fact sheet provides statistical information about Project Head Start. Data is presented in the following categories: (1) budget; (2) number of programs; (3) enrollment; (4) racial and ethnic composition; (5) ages of children served; (6) number of sites; (7) cost; (8) staff (in 1989); and (9) enrollment and congressional appropriation from the summer of 1965 through 1990. The document also provides facts concerning program administration, grant awards, handicapped children served, teacher qu...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Costs; Enrollment; Federal Programs; Financial Support; Student Characteristics; Welfare Services
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[texts]ERIC ED330447: Alternatives to the Pullout Model. - ERIC
The pullout model is the model most widely used for Chapter 1 programs. This model involves taking students out of their regular classroom for one or more class periods to receive instruction from a Chapter 1 teacher. Problems associated with the pullout model include lack of coordination between the pullout class and the regular classroom. This leads to a fragmentation of learning and a lack of connection between the basic skills being taught in the Chapter 1 class and the material being covere...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Elementary Secondary Education; Guidelines; Models; Program Descriptions; Program Implementation; Selection
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[texts]ERIC ED334026: Follow Through Technical Amendments. House of Representatives, 102D Congress, First Session. Report together with Minority Views To Accompany H.R. 2312. - ERIC
As approved by the Committee on Education and Labor, House Resolution 2312 clarifies the intent of Congress with regard to several provisions enacted into law by the Augustus F. Hawkins Human Services Reauthorization Act of 1990. The resolution also makes technical and conforming corrections to the Follow Through Act and the Head Start Transition Project Act. This report includes an introduction, a report of committee action, background information, a rationale, an explanation of H.R...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Elementary Education; Federal Legislation; Federal Programs; Preschool Education; Program Administration
Downloads: 1
[texts]ERIC ED332790: Human Services Reauthorization Act of 1990. U.S. Senate, 101st Congress, 2d Session. Report (To Accompany H.R. 4151). - ERIC
The Committee on Labor and Human Resources recommends that the Human Services Reauthorization Act of 1990 be passed as amended. The Act authorizes appropriations for fiscal years 1991 through 1994 to carry out the Head Start Act, the Follow Through Act, and the Community Services Block Grant Act. Titles I through IX of the Act concern Head Start and the Head Start Transition Project, the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Act of 1981, the Follow Through Act, the State Dependent Care Development G...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Demonstration Programs; Early Childhood Education; Federal Legislation; Human Services; Poverty
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[texts]Correlation between professors'inferences about students' self-concepts: and professors' knowledge of students' participation in a community college compensatory education program - Jones, Charles William
http://uf.catalog.fcla.edu/uf.jsp?st=UF000078339&ix=nu&I=0&V=D
Keywords: Teacher-student relationships; Interaction analysis in education; Self-perception; Compensatory education
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[texts]ERIC ED330531: Title V-C Indian Education Program Tutor Handbook. - ERIC
The Sioux City Community Schools Office of Indian Education provides American Indian students with tutoring services through funds from Title V, Part C of the Indian Education Act of 1988 and the Johnson-O'Malley programs. The goal is to reduce the high dropout rate among Indian youth. This tutor handbook contains introductory information for the part-time tutor. Tutorial suggestions emphasize sensitivity to the Indian culture...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Dropout Prevention; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Programs; Teaching Methods; Tutoring; Tutors
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[texts]Water measurement support for Goddard Space Flight Center spectrometer water color study: Mississippi sound area, 24 July 1972 - Weldon, J. W
No Abstract Available
Keywords: COMPENSATORY TRACKING; FOURIER TRANSFORMATION; LEAST SQUARES METHOD; OPERATOR PERFORMANCE; ERROR SIGNALS; ON-LINE SYSTEMS; SINE WAVES; TRANSFER FUNCTIONS
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[texts]ERIC ED335157: Opportunities for Improved Management Efficiency of the Head Start Program: Performance Evaluation and High Risk Determination. - ERIC
This report provides results of a review of the methodology used by the Office of Human Development Services (HDS) to measure Head Start performance and to control high risk Head Start agencies. The review was performed at HDS headquarters and regional locations nationwide. The review was based on a sample of 200 Head Start agencies and focused on Head Start performace standards, program profiles, the Objective Tracking System, best practice and compliance reports, and a regional office's intern...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Efficiency; Evaluation Criteria; Federal Programs; Guidelines; Performance Factors; Preschool Education; Program Administration; Social Agencies
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[texts]ERIC ED333967: Chapter I: A Director's Handbook for Parental Involvement. - ERIC
This manual provides a step-by-step guide for meeting the six goals for parental involvement in Chapter I programs. The goals are to: (1) inform participating children's parents about the program, the reasons for their children's participation, and the program's instructional objectives and methods; (2) support the efforts of parents, train parents to work with their children in the home to attain the program's instructional objectives and understand program requirements, and train parents and t...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Programs; Guidelines; Parent Participation; Public Education; Resource Materials; School Responsibility
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[texts]ERIC ED325526: Use of the New One Group Posttest Only Design. - ERIC
The one group posttest only evaluation model has been identified as a relatively inexpensive and useful model that can identify program components that are not being successful. The use of the model is discussed and illustrated through a hypothetical evaluation of a compensatory (Chapter 1) program. The one group posttest only evaluation model makes it possible to evaluate a compensatory program when there is no available comparison group and no pretest data are available...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Control Groups; Evaluation Methods; Models; Pretests Posttests; Program Effectiveness; Program Evaluation; Research Design
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[texts]ERIC ED334289: Meeting the Accountability Requirement for Schoolwide Projects. - ERIC
Schoolwide projects may use Chapter 1 resources to improve the entire educational program of a school. In this respect they differ from other Chapter 1 projects in which resources are used to provide additional services only to students identified as educationally disadvantaged. It is possible that educationally disadvantaged students, who are the focus of P.L. 100-297, will receive less direct educational benefit in a schoolwide project...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Academic Achievement; Accountability; Compensatory Education; Educationally Disadvantaged; Elementary Secondary Education; School Districts; Selection; Student Evaluation
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[texts]ERIC ED352637: What Makes Chapter I Special: Perceptions of Reading Specialists, Classroom Teachers, and Principals. - ERIC
A study obtained information from classroom teachers, principals, and reading specialists about what they believed was important in creating effective Chapter 1 programs. One-day meetings were held in three different parts of Pennsylvania during which each group of educators (who were recommended by an advisory board) were interviewed using focus group techniques. All focus group interviews were audio taped and observers also took notes...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Administrator Attitudes; Compensatory Education; Elementary Education; Principals; Program Effectiveness; Reading Consultants; Reading Teachers; Remedial Programs; Teacher Attitudes
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[texts]ERIC ED304219: The Challenge of Coordination: Head Start's Relationship to State-Funded Preschool Initiatives. Executive Summary. - ERIC
In the 1980s, there was a notable increase in state funding of preschool programs, particularly for economically disadvantaged children. In fiscal year 1988, a total of 28 states projected program expenditures of almost 226 million dollars. The Administration for Children, Youth, and Families funded a study to explore Head Start's relationship to state-funded preschool programs across the country and the implications of the findings for Head Start planning and policy development...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Comparative Analysis; Compensatory Education; Coordination; Disadvantaged; Financial Support; Government Role; Preschool Education; State Government; State Programs
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[texts]ERIC ED337499: Statistical Tests of Significance for the One Group Posttest Only Design. - ERIC
A research design is described for the situation in which a program, particularly a compensatory education program funded by Chapter 1 of the Hawkins Stafford Act of 1988, can be evaluated when there is no available comparison group and no pretest data. The design requires content specialists to identify which objectives on the posttest were included in the compensatory curriculum (C objectives) and which were included only in the regular curriculum (R objectives)...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Elementary Secondary Education; Evaluation Methods; Pretests Posttests; Program Evaluation; Research Design; Statistical Significance
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[texts]ERIC ED350587: Reading Recovery Program 1991-92. Compensatory Education Product Evaluation. - ERIC
A study examined the effectiveness of the Reading Recovery Pilot program of the school district of the city of Saginaw, Michigan. Thirty-five of the original 55 students in the program were successfully discontinued from the program--they read with a 90% or greater level of accuracy materials being used in the classroom and use the kinds of strategies that good readers use. Two groups of randomly sampled first grade Compensatory Education students served as comparison students...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Grade 1; High Risk Students; Pilot Projects; Primary Education; Program Effectiveness; Reading Research; Remedial Reading
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[texts]ERIC ED343655: Prekindergarten Program Product evaluation Report, 1990-91. - ERIC
Results of the 1990-91 product evaluation of the federally funded Chapter 1 prekindergarten program of the Saginaw, Michigan School District are reported. The purpose of the program is to provide inner-city 4-year-olds with an environment that will enable them to develop the skills needed for success in school. In 1990-91, the program served 466 children enrolled at 13 buildings. The major question addressed by the evaluation was: Did the program attain the objectives it set out to accomplish? T...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; High Risk Students; Parent Participation; Preschool Education; Program Effectiveness; Program Evaluation; Program Improvement; Summative Evaluation
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[texts]ERIC ED306256: Results of a Process for Improving Chapter 1 Programs. - ERIC
Between 1985 and 1988, the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory Chapter 1 Technical Assistance Center developed, refined, and disseminated a research-based process for improving local compensatory education programs. Known as the Chapter 1 Improvement Process (CHIP), the effort combined knowledge from five research areas into a year-long, cross-district interactive program improvement effort. This paper provides an in-depth examination of the development and effects of the CHIP model...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Educational Change; Educational Cooperation; Educational Improvement; Elementary Secondary Education; Inservice Teacher Education; Models; Program Improvement; Qualitative Research; School Districts; School Effectiveness; Teacher Effectiveness; Workshops
[texts]ERIC ED306338: The Delivery and Organization of Compensatory Education. Trends and Issues No. 9. - ERIC
Recent evaluations of Federal compensatory education programs funded by the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, Title I, and maintained by the Education Consolidation and Improvement Act of 1981, Chapter 1, point to qualified effectiveness in the targeting of services, program structures, and classroom arrangements for increasing the academic achievement of educationally disadvantaged students...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Academic Achievement; Compensatory Education; Delivery Systems; Educationally Disadvantaged; Elementary Education; Elementary School Students; Federal Programs; Literature Reviews; Outcomes of Education; Program Design; Program Evaluation; Remedial Instruction
[texts]ERIC ED306325: Compensatory Education Process Evaluation: Elementary and Secondary Academic Achievement (A2) 1988-1989. - ERIC
This report presents the results of a process evaluation of the Saginaw (Michigan) 1988-89 elementary and secondary Academic Achievement (A2) compensatory education programs in reading and mathematics. Funding is provided by the Education Consolidation and Improvement Act (ECIA) Chapter 2, and by the State. Goals are the following: (1) provide intensive academic instruction for the educationally disadvantaged; (2) involve parents; (3) provide incentives for academic achievement; (4) operate staf...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Academic Achievement; Compensatory Education; Educationally Disadvantaged; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Programs; Formative Evaluation; Questionnaires; Remedial Mathematics; Remedial Programs; Remedial Reading; Student Improvement; Urban Areas; Urban Education
[texts]ERIC ED307964: Study of the Home-Based Option in Head Start. Volume I: Technical Report. Volume II: Case Studies. Final Report. - ERIC
This review, which is the first review of Head Start home-based programs in more than a decade, employed a telephone survey of all grantees who operated home-based options. Also used were case studies of eight selected programs. Each program participated in an in-depth analysis of program operations and impacts on parents and children. Volume I of the review includes an executive summary and chapters which provide: (1) an introduction and background to the study; (2) findings from the telephone ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Case Studies; Compensatory Education; Early Childhood Education; Outcomes of Education; Participant Characteristics; Program Effectiveness; Program Evaluation; Program Improvement; Surveys
[texts]ERIC ED307374: Policies To Help Disadvantaged Children: Financing Options for the 1990s. Changing Domestic Priorities Discussion Paper. - ERIC
This paper estimates the costs of several approaches to increasing federal assistance to disadvantaged children and evaluates major funding strategies that could overcome the restrictions posed by the federal budget deficit. Approaches favored by conservatives, such as strengthening behavioral standards for children, sponsoring demonstration projects at state and local levels, and giving families with children more choice over the government services they receive, would probably cost between $1 ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Budgeting; Budgets; Child Welfare; Compensatory Education; Cost Estimates; Disadvantaged Youth; Educational Finance; Federal Programs; Financial Support; Minority Group Children; Program Evaluation; Retrenchment; Welfare Services
[texts]ERIC ED307347: ESEA Chapter 1 of Title 1 Budget/Amendment Process. - ERIC
This document consists of examples of budget forms to assist school district superintendents in North Carolina in administering funds for programs for low-income students under Chapter 1 of the Education Consolidation and Improvement Act. General information is supplied on the following topics: (1) budgets; (2) amendments; (3) substitute teacher pay; (4) career development salaries; (5) unemployment insurance; (6) unbudgeted federal grant funds; (7) National Diffusion Network (NDN) Projects; (8)...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Budgets; Compensatory Education; Economically Disadvantaged; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Programs; Low Income Groups; Program Budgeting; Records (Forms); State Federal Aid; Superintendents
[texts]ERIC ED307048: Improving Administrative Services and Developing Positive Attitudes and Communication through Interdepartmental Training. - ERIC
The director of a Head Start Day Care and Family Resource Center (which is the only licensed group child care and early childhood education facility serving Native Americans in the rural southwest) implemented a practicum intervention designed to inform the tribal central finance office about the goals and financial needs of the child care center. Specific aims were to: (1) improve service from the finance office to the center; (2) increase the knowledge of the finance office staff about the ope...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Agency Cooperation; Attitude Change; Categorical Aid; Communication Problems; Compensatory Education; Coordination; Day Care; Early Childhood Education; Program Effectiveness; Reservation American Indians
[texts]ERIC ED307308: The Chapter 1 Self-Assessment Instrument: Internal Consistency of a Program Improvement Tool. - ERIC
The internal consistency of the Self Assessment Instrument of Chapter 1 Program Quality (SAICPQ) was studied. This instrument is widely used to assess the implementation of exemplary practices in compensatory education. The SAICPQ is a self-report questionnaire consisting of 13 subscales representing correlates of achievement in studies of effective schools and classrooms. Out of a total of 201 educators familiar with Chapter 1 in 40 school districts in four states, 167 educators returned comple...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Compensatory Education; Construct Validity; Demonstration Programs; Educational Quality; Elementary Secondary Education; Factor Analysis; Program Evaluation; Program Improvement; School Effectiveness; School Surveys; Self Evaluation (Groups); Test Reliability
[texts]ERIC ED364626: New Land, New Knowledge: An Evaluation of Two Education Programs Serving Refugee and Immigrant Students. Final Report. - ERIC
This report evaluates how school districts across the United States have provided services to immigrant and refugee students under two federally-sponsored programs: the Transition Program for Refugee Children, and the Emergency Immigrant Education Act. The evaluation first describes the population served and the federal, state, and local administration of the two programs, then presents overall conclusions about both programs...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Comparative Analysis; Compensatory Education; Educational Legislation; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Aid; Federal Programs; Financial Support; Immigrants; National Surveys; Program Administration; Program Evaluation; Refugees; School Districts
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[texts]ERIC ED306346: Curriculum and Instruction in Chapter 1 Programs: A Look Back and A Look Ahead. - ERIC
This document reviews the history of compensatory education programs under the Education Consolidation and Improvement Act (Chapter 1), assesses the programs' current status, and speculates on their future paths. Part 1 is a historical review of compensatory education, identifying strategies, programs and services provided, ways it has been evaluated, and the target population it has served. Part 2 discusses the following instructional strategies used in compensatory education programs: (1) pull...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Classroom Environment; Compensatory Education; Curriculum Design; Curriculum Development; Educationally Disadvantaged; Elementary Secondary Education; High Risk Students; Program Design; Relevance (Education); Remedial Instruction; Teaching Methods
[texts]ERIC ED350331: P.C.E.N. Math Skills Program, Student Outcome Data 1990-91. - ERIC
The New York City Public Schools Office of Research, Evaluation, and Assessment annually evaluates the PCEN Math Skills Program. Evaluation objectives were devised to avoid additional testing by using tests already in place in the High School Testing Program as evaluation instruments. Objectives are that at least 50 percent of full-year program participants will show a normal curve equivalent gain of at least 1 unit between the pretest and the posttest on the Mathematics Achievement Test or the ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Achievement Gains; Compensatory Education; High School Students; High Schools; Mathematics Achievement; Outcomes of Education; Pretests Posttests; Program Evaluation; School Statistics; Student Evaluation; Tables (Data); Urban Schools
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[texts]ERIC ED337531: Evaluation of Chapter I Take-Home Computer Program. Report No. 7, Vol. 25. - ERIC
The Chapter I Take-Home Computer (THC) program was established in nine elementary and eight middle schools in Atlanta (Georgia) in the 1989-90 school year. One hundred and eighty computers were sent home with 422 students, whose parents were willing to work with the students, for 6-week periods. Log sheets were kept by each child regarding the homework assignments made by his or her teacher. A questionnaire was sent to the participating students' parents to obtain information about observed diff...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Academic Achievement; Comparative Analysis; Compensatory Education; Computer Assisted Instruction; Computer Literacy; Elementary Education; Elementary Schools; Homework; Middle Schools; Parent Participation; Parents; Program Evaluation; Questionnaires; Urban Schools
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[texts]ERIC ED325205: Hearing on the Reauthorization of the Head Start Act. Hearing before the Subcommittee on Human Resources of the Committee on Education and Labor. House of Representatives, One Hundred First Congress, Second Session. - ERIC
A hearing was held for the purpose of receiving testimony on the reauthorization of the Head Start Act on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Head Start program, which was first implemented in 1965 to ensure that economically disadvantaged children begin school on an equal basis with their more advantaged peers. Opening remarks by committee chairman Dale E. Kildee are followed by testimony from a wide range of concerned parties...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Childhood Needs; Compensatory Education; Delivery Systems; Disadvantaged Youth; Early Intervention; Educational History; Federal Legislation; Hearings; Parent Participation; Preschool Education; Program Administration; Program Effectiveness; Program Improvement
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